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1996 ford thunderbird ignition control module

I need to find the exact location of this. We cannot find anything resembling the part we were sold.

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    ignition control module
    where is it located



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Near the firewall behind intake manifold

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FORD: 1994-96 THUNDERBIRD LINCOLN-MERCURY: 1994-96 COUGAR ISSUE: Steering efforts at low speeds may intermittently increase to the heavier for highway setting on some vehicles. This is due to electrical "noise" from the Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) being picked up by the Electronic Variable Orifice (EVO) module. The EVO module then interprets this as an increase in vehicle speed and reduces the steering assistance to the heavier for highway level.
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